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leslie e.
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Report | 5 months ago
Great family thing to do with your kids
Weylin H.
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Report | 5 months ago
Good luck!!!
Darbi J.
Verified
Report | 6 months ago
This is an awesome golf course! We were pleasantly surprised at the beauty and vast variety of each hole. We kept forgetting we were in Oklahoma. We plan on many more trips to this golf course in the near future. We both highly recommend it!
Erin h.
Verified
Report | 7 months ago
Front 9 is nice and open, back 9 is pretty challenging. Good for just about anyone. Staff was very friendly.
Aaron K.
Verified
Report | 7 months ago
Bring your own drinks because there is no drink/snack cart driving around.
Joe K.
Verified
Report | 9 months ago
Bring whatever you want to eat or drink. The clubhouse is closed, and the pro shop is now at the west end of the maintenance shop.

From Our Editors

The 18-hole course at Sugar Creek Canyon Golf Club puts golfers face-to-face with a wide variety of challenges, from violent crosswinds to treacherous sandstone ravines. Completed scorecards often tell a tale of two nines, as the wide-open front nine lulls the unwary golfer into overconfident thwacks, though the relatively flat layout brings wind into play on many bids for the green. Lack of restraint going into the back nine may be one’s undoing, as this half tacks along the edges of the course’s eponymous canyon: rolling, diving, and swelling through a gauntlet of ravines and gullies. Whereas the front nine posed few obstacles to knock down shots that drifted astray of the fairway, the back nine features plenty of cedars, grassy hillocks, and sandstone outcroppings in which to lose a ball. Holes 14–17, known collectively as The Stretch, make each player earn a score worthy of posting in the clubhouse or skywriting over an opponent’s home. The par 5 16th, for instance, demands a precise tee shot lest the ball wind up in the twin ravines that straddle the fairway landing area. After safely sidestepping these disaster zones, players must then make a difficult choice between going for the green or laying up well short, as every endeavor that lands within 75 yards of the putting surface winds up in the bunker or deep rough.

Though players must adapt to a number of scenarios, course designer and longtime professional player Mark Hayes made sure that each hole adheres to a common theme of pristine conditions and playability for all levels of golfer, with four tee options at each hole. Sugar Creek Canyon also hosts tournaments every year.

Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 71 course * Four tees options at each hole * Total length of 6,837 yards from back tees * Designed by Mark Hayes:m]]

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